Emerging Data Science Methods for Complex Biomedical and Cyber Data
We cordially invite you to participate in the 2nd annual workshop held at the Georgia Cyber Center Hull McKnight Building on October 14-15, 2021.
The workshop features several eminent speakers who are pioneers in the fields of data science including big data analytics. The workshop aims to foster the collaborative research between data science/statistics and other disciplinary science for the purpose of meeting the very hardest and most important data and model-driven scientific challenges, and for enhancing the much-needed skills of the next generation workforce.
The workshop is financially supported by the National Science Foundation, Augusta University Office of SVP for Research, Augusta University School of Computer and Cyber Sciences and co-sponsored by ASA Georgia Chapter, CWS, IMS, ISI, JCW-Math, SAMSI, SRCOS and the Journal of Applied Statistics.
Located just moments away from Broad Street and the Riverwalk in Downtown Augusta, the Georgia Cyber Center boasts two adjacent buildings totaling 332,000-square-feet. The Hull McKnight building features a cutting-edge cyber range, a 390-seat auditorium, an incubator/accelerator to foster innovation and entrepreneurship and classrooms.
Georgia Cyber Center
Hull McKnight Building
AU Riverfront Campus
100 Grace Hopper Lane
Augusta, GA 30901
Jie Chen, PhD, Professor and Division Chief of Biostatistics and Data Science, Department of Population Health Sciences (Co-Chair)
Varghese George, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics and Data Science, Chair of the Department of Population Health Sciences (Co-Chair)
Santu Ghosh, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Data Science, Department of Population Health Sciences
Dariusz Kowalski, PhD, Professor of Computer Science, School of Computer and Cyber Sciences
Steven Weldon, Director, Cyber Institute, School of Computer and Cyber Sciences
Nathan Xu, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics and Data Science, Department of Population Health Sciences
With the NSF funding, we are able to support approximately 15 undergraduate and graduate students to attend the workshop and to either present posters or to give five-minute oral presentations on their respective research closely related to the theme of this workshop.